More business schools are adding entrepreneurship MBA programs, which means that you have more options to choose from. But how do you narrow down your options to find the right program? Here are five tips designed to help you choose the right entrepreneurship MBA program.
Do you need a higher GMAT score to compensate for a weaker area on your MBA application? Did you not perform well on a particular section of the GMAT? These are reasons that many MBA applicants decided to retake the GMAT -- some have even retaken it three or four times according to Beat the GMAT. Here are some answers to common questions MBA applicants have about retaking the GMAT.
The number of technology companies planning to hire MBAs is up 22% compared to last year, according to the Graduate Management Admission Council's 2012 Corporate Recruiters Survey (PDF). Many of these companies are Silicon Valley startups that have just found new investors and are looking for MBAs with quantative skills to develop their strategy and marketing plans. Silicon Valley is also home to established companies that have a reputation for hiring MBAs. Read on for four examples of Silicon Valley companies that hire MBAs.
An Information Systems MBA can help you secure a senior leadership position in IT, but only if you choose the right program. Here are some tips on how to research and rate Information Systems MBA programs.
Sarah Ramsey is the Director of Recruitment and Admissions at UC Irvine's Paul Merage School of Business. Not only does Ramsey work at the Merage School of Business, she is also a graduate of Merage's Fully Employed MBA (FEMBA) program, and is very active on Twitter. In this interview, Ramsey discusses MBA trends such as the increased interest in non-traditional MBA fields such as technology, healthcare, and entrepreneurship.
Dr. Ashutosh Deshmukh is the Chair of the Penn State iMBA program as well as a professor of Accounting and MIS. In this interview, Dr. Deshmukh discusses online MBA programs and their increasing popularity.
Joseph A. DiAngelo is the dean of the Erivan K. Haub School of Business at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. DiAngelo has been on AACSB’s board of directors since 2003, and currently serves as their Vice Chair Elect. In this interview Dean DiAngelo discusses AACSB, online MBA accreditation, and how to decide if an online MBA is the right option for you.
Not only there are more companies looking to employ military MBAs, but there are also significant benefits for veterans who get their MBA degree. Read on for expert information about the jobs available to military MBAs as well as advice on how to decide if an MBA is right for you.